2.1 If-Then Statements3 - Parallel lines
2.2 How To Prove        Theorems
2.3 Pairs Of Angles
2.4 Perpendicular Lines
5.1 Parallelograms6 - Inequalities
5.2 Parallel lines       Theorem
5.3 Special        Parallelograms
6.1 Inequalities7 - Similar Polygon
6.2 Inequalities In A       Triangle
6.3 Inequalities In 2       Triangles
10.1 Construction11 - Areas of 2D objects
10.2 Perpendicular Lines
10.3 Parallel Lines
10.4 Concurrent Lines
11. 1 Areas Of          Polygons12 - Areas and Volumes
11. 2 Circles and          Similar Figures
12.1 Prisms13 - Coordinates
12.3 Cylinders and          cones
12.5 Similar solids
Cylinders and Cones
• Learning and using the parts of cylinders and cones, finding areas and volumes of cylinders and cones
Lesson 12-2 Cylinders and Cones
Cylinder: A prism except that its bases are circles instead of polygons
Right Cylinder: A cylinder that forms a 90º between the base and the side.
Altitude: The segment joining the centers of the circular bases in a right cylinder. The altitude is also the height.
Radius (r): The radius of the base.
Right Cylinder Oblique Cylinder
Cone: A pyramid except that its base is a circle instead of a polygon.
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